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26 Feb 2021

Where to find Treasure Hoarders in Genshin Impact?

The Treasure Hoarders are a huge organization of bandits scattered across all of Teyvat, searching for rare treasures to claim for themselves no matter their importance.

Brash and aggressive, they will do whatever they can to claim the rarest valuables, even if it means getting into scuffles with innocent people.

In-game, they're one of the most prominent types of enemies that can be encountered, second only to Hilichurls and Fatui agents. They first appeared during Amber's Story Quest, serving as an introduction to the enemy type.

As of writing, they are commonly found within various parts of Liyue, and around the base of Dragonspine Mountain, in groups of three or more. They are also common enemy types during certain Commissions like "No Honor Among Thieves".

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Treasure Hoarder Locations

Common locations where they can be found on a daily basis include the following:

  • North of Springvale in Mondstadt
  • South of Mt. Tianheng
  • Area between Mt. Tianheng and Lingju Pass
  • East of Luhua Pool
  • Ruins in Guili Plains

There are quite a number of variations of Treasure Hunters, each one having its own attack pattern and fighting style.

  • Marksmen
  • Potioneers (Hydro/Pyro/Electro/Cryo)
  • Gravediggers
  • Pugilists (the ones that punch a lot)
  • Crushers (hammer wielders)
  • Handymen (triple roundhouse kicks)
  • Seamen (wielding oars)
Mapgenie Treasure Hoarder locations
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Just about all Treasure Hoarders will drop a material called Treasure Hoarder Insignias.

There are two other less common materials that drop: the Silver Raven Insignia, and the Golden Raven Insignia.

You will be able to use these three to ascend several characters and weapons within the game.

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